Certified Building Energy Simulation Analyst (BESA) Course and Certification Exam

Event Details

Certified Building Energy Simulation Analyst (BESA) Course and Certification Exam

Time: August 11, 2011 to August 13, 2011
Location: Chicago, IL
Event Type: training
Organized By: Lauren McFeeley
Latest Activity: Jun 30, 2011

Export to Outlook or iCal (.ics)

Event Description

Performance Systems Development is one of only two agencies endorsed to offer this training, designed for individuals with expertise in using modeling software.  This professional certification course by the Association of Energy Engineers covers advanced energy modeling for commercial buildings and energy simulation exercises using eQUEST software.

Comment Wall

Comment

RSVP for Certified Building Energy Simulation Analyst (BESA) Course and Certification Exam to add comments!

Join Home Energy Pros

Attending (1)

Home Energy Pros

Home Energy Pros was founded by the developers of Home Energy Saver Pro (sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy,) and brought to you in partnership with Home Energy magazine.

Latest Activity

randy tolowski replied to randy tolowski's discussion Another unvented roof question
"you are correct. we won't know how these new products perform long term. I hope I get the ok…"
7 hours ago
randy tolowski replied to randy tolowski's discussion Another unvented roof question
"good info Sean thanks for the heads-up on calling it a sip. code approved hot roof system sounds…"
8 hours ago
Bud Poll replied to randy tolowski's discussion Another unvented roof question
"I've removed caulking that was over 30 years old and it outlasted the materials to which it…"
23 hours ago
Profile IconAmanda Hallock, Kalvis, Tyler Grubbs and 6 more joined Home Energy Pros
yesterday
Corbett Lunsford posted videos
yesterday
Sean Lintow Sr replied to randy tolowski's discussion Another unvented roof question
yesterday
randy tolowski posted discussions
yesterday
Todd Collins replied to Tom Strumolo's discussion Ancient (70's) wall foam insulation, now a powder.
"What did you find about the dust?  "
yesterday

© 2015   Created by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service